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    I have a plasma cutter that does not work and would like to know if someone can help me get parts for it it is made by kanyang elec. It has on the front pro cut 130p in enghish
    Last edited by JJE; 03-19-2012, 12:18 PM.

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    Originally posted by JJE View Post
    I have a plasma cutter that does not work and would like to know if someone can help me get parts for it it is made by kanyang elec.
    if it were a Miller or other reputable brand you might have some luck..... BUT.... folks around here do not speak much chinese.....and there are dozens and dozens of those untraceable "brand" names.... you might try the kanyang website.....

    With the low price of those unknown offshore brands comes the lack of support and difficulty in finding service.... you get what you pay for...
    such are the realities....

    not trying to be mean or nasty... but service and support cost money... and those bargain prices come at a cost...........
    Last edited by H80N; 03-19-2012, 12:27 PM.
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    • #3
      plasma cutter

      Get a new one, not worth fixing.

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      • #4
        Look for a bloke on WW called mechanic416.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by go2building View Post
          Get a new one, not worth fixing.
          How do you know it's not worth fixing? Could be something simple.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by monte55 View Post
            Originally posted by go2building View Post
            Get a new one, not worth fixing.
            How do you know it's not worth fixing? Could be something simple.
            If he's on a miller forum looking for info on a machine brand that doesn't even have a website how is he going to get parts. Just cut to the chase and get a machine that can be serviced

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            • #7
              Originally posted by monte55 View Post
              How do you know it's not worth fixing? Could be something simple.
              Exactly. Every one told me the same thing about my Miller Spectrum 250 D.

              "JUST THROW IT AWAY THEY SAID!"

              Took me about $200, but I got it working again just fine. Great little machine.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by jontheturboguy View Post
                Originally posted by monte55 View Post
                How do you know it's not worth fixing? Could be something simple.
                Exactly. Every one told me the same thing about my Miller Spectrum 250 D.

                "JUST THROW IT AWAY THEY SAID!"

                Took me about $200, but I got it working again just fine. Great little machine.
                Don't know if it's the same thing. It was a Miller, may not have been worth fixing, but you could get the parts. It was worth it to you.6 If china co dose not have a website and you can't find parts then even if the machine has sentimental value to you, you can't fix it with no parts. Get a new one and choose better next time.

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